Media Resources for Equity

This skit from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and their new ambassador – “Saturday Night Live” cast member Sasheer Zamata- humourously points out the daily reality of gender inequity and the power of white privilege.

Click on the link for a multi-media exploration of Martin Luther’s King I Have a Dream speech,  given in 1963 during the March on Washington in support of civil rights.  Created at Stanford University with the support of the UU Beacon Press.

This short video from the Ford Foundation looks at how to create an equitable city.
Click here for more details from a special conference about the Just City.

The non-profit People and Forests promotes the inclusion of women in decision making around local resources, in particular forests, in Asia.  This short animated video gives a brief explanation around gender equity.

Three musical expression of equity:

Canadian musician Nelly Furtado with her song Powerless:

This music – Glory by John Legend and Common – comes from the film Selma  – a testament to the importance of racial equity.

This song – Skin Deep – from Buddy Guy reminds us of the inherent worth and dignity of all people.

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